Mirror Artworks  are a group of works  that grew from a series of explorations of materials symbolically infused with meaning by association with the heart shape.
 The juxtaposition of materials with the heart shape resulted in poetic artworks. 
Tennis Ball Heart
1995
22 x 24 x 8 1/2 inches  

Dollar Heart  1986
13 inches h
dollar bills, wheat paste laminate.  Iron wire added l989
            
                                                                
The use of mirrorsr in the following represent how the heart reflects, incorporates and influences its environment.
Mirrored Heart 2
2001
32"x35 1/2'X2"
Mirror rectangles and triangles on styrofoam

Mirrored Heart  1989
Mirror shards in tar on plywood



Mirrored Moon #1 1988
18" h. x 14" w. x 10" d.
Glass mirror shards, epoxy on steel frame. 

Cloud with Lightning                                             
2001
32"x3 1/4"x 25"
Pigmented epoxy, mirror, silicone on styrofoam.
                                                                              


Ice Cream Cone
2001
32"x3 1/4"x 25"
Pigmented epoxy, mirror, silicone on styrofoam.



The larger rectangular and circular works, below, some of which were created under the psuedonym of   "Zoey Lucido,"  have no heart or cloud or ice cream cone  with which to  interact.
 They interact with their surrounds in a cinematic way.

Raga Boogie

Raga Boogie (2002),  36" x 48" cut glass mirror, epoxy, urethane foam.

Click on image for a 3 minute   video of Raga Boogie reflections.

Flowers Beyond (2007)

 Click on the image for a 1: 1/2 minute video of Flowers Beyond relections.
Flowers From Beyond 2007  (Zoey Lucido)
28" x 24"x 2"
glass mirrors masticked to epoxy coated Styrofoam.

Cubist Circle 2007
4 feet dia. x 2"
glass mirrors masticked to epoxy coated Styrofoam.